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Lecturer Albert Fathi
Dept. ENS-Lyon
date Sep 02, 2015

The goal of this lecture is to explain and motivate the connection between AubryMather theory (Dynamical Systems), and viscosity solutions of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation (PDE). This connection is the content of weak KAM Theory. The talk should be accessible to the “generic” mathematician. No a priori knowledge of any of the two subjects is assumed.

150902_HYKE.pdf


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